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Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 20, 2014 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (0)

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Happy birthday to Wilfrid Laurier, Canada’s seventh Prime Minister and the Liberal Party of Canada’s Leader for 32 years.

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 20, 2014 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (0)

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Homes are covered in snow in West Seneca, N.Y.,Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014.

Justin Trudeau

Posted by Nipunservices on November 11, 2014 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

“On Remembrance Day, Canadians come together in solemn recognition of the incredible courage and sacrifices of our country’s men and women in uniform.

“Recent events serve as a reminder for us all of the enormous debt owed to our Canadian Armed Forces members, past and present, and the contributions they have made in the name of freedom and democracy.

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“We have a social covenant with our veterans and their families – a sacred obligation that ensures that those who serve, and their families, will have nothing less than the best of care and support from a grateful nation.

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“Our servicemen and women exhibit the very best of what it means to be Canadian. Today, as on all days, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to our Canadian Armed Forces.”

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The Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 11, 2014 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (0)

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Poppy hijab for Remembrance Day

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The colourful head scarf was created by the Islamic Society of Britain and the think-tank British Future as a way to honour fallen Muslim soldiers.

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The little red flower donned by many on their lapel to commemorate Remembrance Dayis generating controversy in the United Kingdom, where the so-called poppy hijab for Muslim women was recently launched.

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The hijab was launched Oct. 31 to coincide with the 100-year anniversary of the first Muslim soldier — an Indian machine-gunner named Sepoy Khudadad Khan born in what is now Pakistan — awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery.

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He was among 1.2 million Indian soldiers, and 400,000 Muslims, who fought for Britain in the First World War — a contribution that few in the U.K. are aware of, according to a study by British Future.

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 9, 2014 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (0)

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Remembrance Day পালন করছি বাংলাকে সাথে নিয়ে।

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 9, 2014 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (0)

.Remembrance Day (also known as Poppy Day), 11 November

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 7, 2014 at 10:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Ontario To Ban Smoking On Restaurant And Bar Patios, Playgrounds

Ontario will ban smoking on all restaurant and bar patios as well as at playgrounds and publicly owned sports fields starting Jan. 1, 2015, the Liberal government announced Friday.

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 6, 2014 at 3:50 PM Comments comments (0)

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কিছু আকর্ষণ কানাডাকে অন্য ভাবে টানে - আমার সোনার কানাডা

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on November 5, 2014 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (0)

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আসছে আবার সেই ভয়ংকর ঠাণ্ডার দিন, -১০ ডিগ্রী থেকে -৩০ ডিগ্রী, চারিদিকে খালি বরফ আর বরফ। এখন চলছে ৮-৯ ডিগ্রী। আমাদের ফ্রিজ এর ডিপ অংশে থাকে -২ থেকে -৩ ডিগ্রী। তার মানে ডিপ ফ্রিজ এর চেয়েও কত নিচে ঠাণ্ডা সহ্য করে আমারা কানাডায় থাকি। ৩ মিনিট ডিপ ফ্রিজ এ হাত দিয়ে যদি সহ্য করতে পারেন তবে কানাডায় আসার চিন্তা-ভাবনা করবেন।

চারিদিকে -১৫ ডিগ্রী সেলসিয়াস আবার ঘরে-দোকানে-অফিসে ২৫ ডিগ্রী সেলসিয়াস তাপমাত্রা, ফলে তাপমাত্রার বেবধান বা পার্থক্য হয় ২৫-(-১৫)=৪০ ডিগ্রী সেলসিয়াস । তাপমাত্রার এই উঠা-নামার ফলে শরীরের হাড্ডির সংকোচন ও সম্প্রসারণ ঘটে।ফলে হাড্ডির গঠন হয়ে যায় দুর্বল অনেকটা ভঙ্গুর প্রকৃতি। আমার ধারনা মতে ৪০-৫০ ভাগ লোক এখানে হাড্ডির ব্যাথার কষ্টে ভুগছে, আমিও তাদের মধ্যে একজন। ডাক্তার বলেছেন কানাডার ঠাণ্ডার সময়ে গরম দেশে থাকার উপদেশ, যাযাবর জীবন ।

Justin Trudeau, M.P.

Posted by Nipunservices on November 4, 2014 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

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For generations, Canada has been built by hard-working people who want to make sure their kids have a better life than they did. And every day, middle class Canadians continue to do that. However, times are tough for millions of Canadians who are simply trying to make ends meet, let alone save for their child’s education or their own retirement. Jobs are scarce because of our weak economy. People worry if our health care system can survive funding cuts. This is why a federal surplus should be invested wisely.

Income splitting is not a wise investment for Canadians. It will eat through virtually the entire federal surplus without providing any benefit to most Canadians, without creating a single job, and without helping one young person get some opportunity to get ahead.

Granted, the policy Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced last week will benefit some Canadians. However, it is not a policy designed to help all or even most Canadians. In fact, despite changes the Conservatives made to this scheme, it will still benefit the wealthiest Canadians most of all. Nearly half the benefits would flow to those making over $100,000 a year.

In short, Mr. Harper appears to believe the Canadians who need the least should be given the most. That’s not fair.

Not only does Mr. Harper’s plan not benefit most middle class Canadians, it relies on them to fund it. Think about a single mother earning one income who has to work hard to ensure her child goes to school, that the fridge is always stocked, and there is gas in the tank. She’s also worried about putting money away for the future. Meanwhile, thanks to the Conservative government raising tariffs on thousands of household goods, anything from a new bike to a new TV will soon be even more expensive.

This is the person Mr. Harper thinks should pay for those who make double or triple her income to get a $2,000 tax break.

And for whose benefit? Probably not yours. Perhaps you and your partner make approximately the same amount. Forget income splitting; it doesn’t apply to you. Does your partner make $75,000 and you make $44,000? Again, forget it. It’s not for you. Maybe you earn very little, your partner earns more, but not significantly. Does income splitting help you? That depends, but in many cases, it won’t.

It’s simply not a good way to help Canada’s middle class families. The government has offered a giveaway to well-off families with billions of dollars of taxpayer money.

Since I became Liberal Leader, I’ve focused on building a better Canada for the middle class. We have a responsibility to make sure that hard work so many Canadians put in day after day is not in vain. Our children deserve to inherit a Canada that is fair and gives everyone the chance to succeed.

Rather than implement short-term tax breaks for the wealthy, the government should be investing our surplus in those programs and projects that will best benefit Canadians both now and in the long-term. Smart investments in infrastructure will create jobs in the short-term and prepare Canada to confront the challenges of the future with a solid foundation — quite literally, in some cases.

Canadians have sacrificed so our federal government can have a surplus. Now, it’s time it was reinvested properly for the benefit of as many Canadians as possible. Investments in innovation, higher education and health care will do that better than a targeted tax break for Conservative voters.

For that is what this is. Income splitting is a cynical policy, designed by a tired government short on ideas, now reheating old concoctions as their next campaign policy menu. Make no mistake: this is not an attempt at resolving growing inequality in Canada, nor is it a good way to use our surplus to the advantage of every Canadian.

This Conservative government has the worst growth record of any since that of R.B. Bennett during the Great Depression. Even they know income splitting won’t grow the economy or create a single job. They know it won’t help ordinary Canadians.

Canada needs to ensure the middle class grows, and that we remain competitive in the global marketplace. Jim Flaherty knew that. But Mr. Harper doesn’t care. What he cares about is getting elected. This policy will not help Canadians. Instead, it will simply divide us — those who benefit from Mr. Harper’s tax break, versus the majority who don’t.

We can do much better than short-term tax breaks for the wealthy. We can introduce benefits that actually help the middle class, and those folks who want to join it. We can strengthen Canada’s retirement security. And smart investments in infrastructure and innovation will create jobs and grow the economy. That’s how we can make a surplus really work for Canadians. We can build a Canada that is competitive, innovative and prosperous.

Most of all, we can build a Canada that provides opportunity for all Canadians, not just those the Prime Minister needs to vote for his party.

Justin Trudeau, M.P.

Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada

Bristi Debi

Posted by Nipunservices on October 31, 2014 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Ripon

Posted by Nipunservices on October 30, 2014 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (0)

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Michael Ford, the 20-year-old nephew of outgoing mayor Rob Ford and failed mayoral candidate Doug Ford, won a seat on Toronto’s public school board Monday. He captured 44% of the vote.

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On Tuesday, he spoke about his campaign, his tough upbringing — his mother is a drug addict, his father a convicted killer — and his political future.

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Mr. Ford graduated from Etobicoke’s Richview Collegiate Institute in 2012. He spent one semester studying leadership at Wilfred Laurier University then dropped out to get his pilot’s licence. Last year, he studied business at Humber College while working part-time as a sales assistant/intern at Deco Labels and Tags, the Ford family company. He currently lives with his grandmother in Etobicoke.

Justin Trudeau

Posted by Nipunservices on October 29, 2014 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

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A story driven by passion

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First elected as Member of Parliament for Papineau on October 14th, 2008, Justin Trudeau launched his political career to fight for Canadian values, bring forward a new perspective on the relationship between government and its citizens, and to help Canada be a model for the world.

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Believed to be a federalist candidate with little chance against an incumbent member of the Bloc Québécois, Justin demonstrated to his critics that hope and hard work are the keys to electoral success. For Justin, the people of Papineau – 50% of whom speak neither French nor English as their mother tongue – exemplify Canada’s rich diversity, evolving identity and struggle for equality of opportunity. He has served the hard working families and small businesses of his constituency, who like many in recent years, have faced significant economic challenges.

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Justin now proudly continues that work on behalf of all Canadians as Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, to which he was elected on April 14, 2013.

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Leading a caucus team of 35 Members of Parliament, Justin and the Liberals are working to enhance the prospects of the middle-class and develop an effective, progressive and fair program that will breathe new life into the Canadian promise.

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Prior to serving as Leader, Justin held many responsibilities including: Liberal Party Critic for Youth, Post-Secondary Education, Amateur Sport, Multiculturalism, Citizenship and Immigration. He sat on the House of Commons committees on the Environment and Sustainable Development, and Citizenship and Immigration.

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As a Parliamentarian and prior, Justin has travelled the country and met with Canadians in every region. He has consistently spoken about shared values, the importance of youth empowerment, protecting our environment and playing a positive role in the world. Some of Justin’s proudest accomplishments include his advocacy for victims of the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, his activism to protect the Nahanni River in 2005, and his work as chair of Katimavik, Canada’s national youth service program, from 2002 to 2006.

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At the heart of Justin’s professional achievements – whether as a math and French teacher in British Columbia, or his leadership role in Katimavik, or even his strong defense of Quebec as a Member of Parliament – is a deep respect for Canadians coast to coast to coast and his desire to serve them.

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Justin has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from McGill University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia. He was born on December 25, 1971, the eldest son of the late former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Margaret Sinclair Trudeau Kemper. Justin is married to Sophie Grégoire, and is the father of three beautiful children, Xavier Trudeau, born October 18, 2007, Ella-Grace Trudeau, born February 5, 2009, and Hadrien Trudeau, born February 28, 2014.

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on October 29, 2014 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

 

New counterterrorism powers already coming in cyberbullying bill

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Police in Canada will soon have new tools to track terror suspects through online records, bank accounts and other means – powers the RCMP Commissioner called for this week but which are already moving through Parliament.

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under C-13, the anti-cyberbullying bill, police could get a court order with only reasonable grounds to “suspect,” not “believe,” a crime may take place or has taken place. Further, the information being sought need only help the investigation, not necessarily point directly to a crime, to get the order.

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Under C-13’s lower “suspect” threshold, police could seek court orders to receive a suspect’s online “transmission data” and “tracking data,” track a vehicle’s location and to access certain bank records. Transmission data, or metadata, often reveal personal information and therefore raise privacy concerns, critics have said.

Shaian

Posted by Nipunservices on October 29, 2014 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (0)

NDP leader Tom Mulcair speaks with the media on Parliament Hill Wednesday October 29, 2014 in Ottawa following party caucus. (Adrian Wyld/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Mulcair says Ottawa shooter a criminal, not a terrorist

Olivia Chow

Posted by Nipunservices on October 28, 2014 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (0)

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Thank you for all your help, your great work, and for your determination through this long campaign.

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All of us still have a role to play in moving this city forward. It’s something we all commit ourselves to in big ways and small ways, every day. We must keep the faith, that things can be better, if we work to change them. Let's keep fighting for the causes that matter, together.

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on October 28, 2014 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Results for Mayor , 1767 of 1767 Polls Reporting

John Tory ..............................................394, 775          ... 40.276%

Doug Ford .............................................330, 610          ...33.73%

Olivia Chow ......................... .................226, 879        .....23.147%

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John Tory is the next mayor of Toronto, he promises 'better days ahead'

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The win comes 11 years after Tory lost his first bid to become mayor of Toronto and after a 10-month campaign.

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“My goal in the next four years, together with council, is to unite this city as one Toronto and to build a great city,” he said. “A Toronto that is known once more as a beacon of respect for everyone. A place where there is opportunity for all. A safe, prosperous, fair, respected and caring place to work and to live. A Toronto which is true to our shared values .. standing together leaving no one behind.

Councillor - Ward 31 35 of 35 Polls Reporting

Posted by Nipunservices on October 28, 2014 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Janet Davis .........................................12,697

George Papadakis ...............................3,023

Russell Rahman ..................................1,652

Brenda MacDonald .............................1,291

Janet Sherbanowski ..............................858

Mark Turnbull ........................................462

Bob Smith .............................................256

Michael Sokovnin .................................174

Stephen Prince ....................................133

Totals ...............................................20,546

Councillor - Ward 35 39 of 39 Polls Reporting

Posted by Nipunservices on October 28, 2014 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (0)


Michelle Berardinetti ............................11,919

Paul Bocking ........................................ 2,722

Sharif Ahmed .......................................... 927

Christopher Upwood .............................. 890

Shahid Uddin ......................................... 831

Teferi Assefa ......................................... 487

Anwarul Kabir ........................................ 403

Saima Shaikh ....................................... 389

Jason Woychesko ................................ 277

Totals .............................................. 18,845

Khondaker

Posted by Nipunservices on October 24, 2014 at 3:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Remarks by Justin Trudeau on the shootings in Ottawa

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My fellow Canadians: I’m speaking to you from Parliament Hill just coming out of the lock down. I am deeply saddened by today’s horrific events here in Ottawa and unreservedly condemn these brutal and heartless acts of violence.

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This attack is unforgivable. Should any other perpetrators or co-conspirators exist, they must be caught and be punished to the full force of our laws. I’ve extended an offer of full support to the government along with any assistance members of our Party can provide at this time.

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My thoughts and prayers, along with those of my colleagues, go out to the family and friends of the victims of today’s horrific shooting, including Cpl. Nathan Frank Cirillo, who was standing dutifully, guarding one of our nation’s most sacred monuments.

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It was a cowardly act — an unarmed man was murdered in cold blood at close range. Words cannot express this deep sadness we feel over his loss. To the brave women and men who rushed to the scene to confront the shooter and help keep us safe, I say only thank you. Thank you for your selfless courage and your professionalism in this time of crisis.

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In the days that follow there will be questions, anger, and perhaps confusion. This is natural, but we cannot let this get the better of us. Losing ourselves to fear and speculation is the intention of those who commit these heinous acts.

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They mean to shake us. We will remain resolved.

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They want us to forget ourselves. Instead, we will remember. We will remember who we are. We are a proud democracy, a welcoming and peaceful nation, and a country of open arms and open hearts. We are a nation of fairness, of justice, and of the rule of law.

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We will not be intimidated into changing that.

 

If anything, these are the values and principles to which we must hold on even tighter. Our dedication to democracy and to the institutions we have built is the foundation of our society, and a continued belief in both will guide us correctly into the future. Staying true to our values in a time of crisis will make us an example to the world.

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Criminals cannot and will not dictate to us how we act as a nation, how we govern ourselves, or how we treat each other. They cannot and will not dictate our values, and they do not get to decide how we use our shared public spaces.

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Today, some speak of the loss of innocence in Canada. This is inaccurate. Canada is not and has never been innocent to the threats we face. And we know, as we have always known, that we are not immune. What is true is that we have never let those threats shape us, and we have never bowed to those who mean to undermine our values and our way of life.

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We have remained Canadians and this is how we will carry on.

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We will get answers to how and why this happened. They will be vital in preventing any future attack.

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And to our friends and fellow citizens in the Muslim community, Canadians know acts such as these, committed in the name of Islam, are an aberration of your faith. Continued, mutual cooperation and respect will help prevent the influence of distorted ideological propaganda posing as religion. We will walk forward together, not apart.

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In the coming days, we will be inundated with pictures and videos showing what happened today. But there is one in particular we should all remember: the picture in our minds we have of Canadians helping and protecting Canadians. That is who we truly are, and it is who we shall continue to be.

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Good night.

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